CCA'S HOUSE SYSTEM
CCA's House System provides our students and families with opportunities for fellowship, leadership, and service. This system also fosters a deeper sense of school unity while nurturing relationships among students of different ages and improves our sense of belonging to a community.
Each house is named after a missionary who changed the world by sharing the love of Jesus.
Learn about the inspiring lives of these special men and women.
Samuel Kaboo Morris was a Liberian prince who converted to evangelical Christianity around the age of 14. Around age 18, he left Liberia for the United States to achieve an education and arrived at Taylor University in December 1891. There is now a residence hall at Taylor University bearing his name
George Müller was a Christian evangelist and the director of the Ashley Down orphanage in Bristol, England. He cared for 10,024 orphans during his lifetime, and provided educational opportunities for the orphans to the point that he was even accused by some of raising the poor above their natural station in British life
Corrie ten Boom was a Dutch Christian watchmaker and later a writer who worked with her father, Casper ten Boom, her sister Betsie ten Boom and other family members to help many Jews escape the Nazis from the Holocaust during World War II by hiding them in her home